But i'm suprised that Tonga is monarchy! lol
and once they are elected, there isnt enough money for good causes.
really the whole world seems like a poularity contest. Time and money are spend on looks and (false) appearances/image. Instead on things that matter, people want to look cool instead of being nice..
I ll stop here, cause there is too much to mention
the best things usually the things that isnt like anything else. Every inventiins come from someone that wanted to do things differently than had been done before (and indeed the masses usually oppose it at first, until it is considered normal and then it is weird you dont have them (cars tv's etc)
again none of this is about monarchy or not. Only about if something is the minority that that would mean it is the bad/wrong thing. (And more often than not it is not)
Been a few months since I last took this quiz. Somehow managed to miss the Vatican despite the conversation we were having last time about the appropriateness of its inclusion on the list. Guess I should have remembered it was on here even if that's a bit odd. Only other ones I missed were Japan and the two land-locked South African countries.
I wouldn't recommend trying the same thing in Saudi Arabia or Thailand though.
The embarrassing thing about the Kardashians or other reality TV shows is not that all Americans are like them, but that enough Americans are interested in watching television shows about them that they are still on the air. They do nothing of value and serve no useful purpose but enough people are still fascinated by them that they get to keep their prominent place in society. That last sentence could apply to any of the families previously mentioned.
Well, we're full of hyperbole aren't we? There's no doubting that there is greed and corruption in America's capitalist system, but you make it sound like anything would be better than what we have now, and that's ridiculous.
You don't think Bill Gates earned his own money?
He was also largely gifted his staggering intellect and inventiveness and his propensity for diligence, hard work, and competitive drive through some combination of genetics and environment. And was privileged enough to attend Harvard University, though he dropped out, he was still surrounded by other brilliant and inventive people.
The economic size and strength of the country he was born into helped guarantee the commercial success of the products he invented.
So, yeah, you could make that point.
Still, his wealth came about as a direct results of his actions in life. This is how most understand the word "earn."
very few of these have true monarchy governments
The Queen's Royal style and title in Australia is Elizabeth the Second, by the Grace of God Queen of Australia and Her other Realms and Territories, Head of the Commonwealth.
Taken from: http://www.royal.gov.uk/monarchandcommonwealth/australia/australia.aspx
Tuiatua Tupua Tamasese Efi is their constitutional monarch...
the time seems fine to me, you do the ones you know and have a bit ov time left for some educated guesses. Not a typing contest without time to think and not so long that hou can just randomly put loads of countries in without rhyme or reason.
Haitham bin Tariq Al Said